Discussion in 'Photo Challenges and Assignments' started by pszilard, Jan 13, 2017.
No people, I swear
Absolutely, I think
Read the first couple of posts. The OP actually means more towards urban landscapes than street as in "street" (Gary Winogrand, Vivian Maier et all)
Well, this is what he meant by this . . . REAL STREET!!! photography, he he . . confusing as it is . . . I stand corrected
This photo has one asking, "where'd everybody go?"
I like photos that tell a story, or better yet, pose a question.
Yes, strange so I checked the date and time. May 22, 2016, Sunday at 12:30PM. Ghost town. Gloversville, New York
If my x100 ever dies and I switch to an ILC the 16 will be the first lens I get for it, no question (even if it means having to get even closer than the 18 requires me to).
A few from my favourite street in London, the "Banksy" tunnel under Waterloo station:
I like the compo of the second one, the tunnel
Yeah, the 16/1.4 is so good for the street, so versatile, and you can crop like a mad due to a gr8 DOF. On 24MPx sensor . .
I will post a couple of more images from the same shot with hanging girl made with 16mpx, so you can see, how much I'd crop.
Wow indeed - what an awesome reveal (and you're making me want it even more)!
Street! School traffic management X-Pro 1 with 60mm f/2.4 XF Macro.
This afternoon at Hout Bay harbour, Cape Town
X-T2 with 90mm f/2 - NOT the ideal lens for this type of thing, but it's new and I specifically wanted to test it.
By any chance you wouldn't know Britt and Hector?
NO, sorry, those names don't ring a bell
Water street, Charlottesville, VA. Taken with Fuji X-E1.
Not really a street, but just for fun
X-T2 with 16mm
Here's a view of Cape Town... where there are constant building operations going on, causing detours and stop/go's
#1 by António Ferreira, no Flickr
Chair by António Ferreira, no Flickr